Monday, October 17, 2005

Rocky VI? Why?

Someone stop this guy. Please. No wonder Americans don't go to the movies anymore. This sounds like a "straight to video" venture.

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"YO ADRIAN- GIMME DA VIAGRA- I CAN 'T GET LIL' ROCKY "UP OFF DA CANVAS" AGAIN... I THOUGHT TOO MANY PUNCHES OR SPANKING IT MAKES YA GO BLIND- BUT IT'S DA LITTLE BLUE PILL DOIN' IT, I SWEAR! JUST POINT ME DA DIRECTION OF APOLLO CREED'S WHEELCHAIR AND I'LL MURDALIZE HIM!"

10/17/2005 11:51:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

whatever. lets start a blog on gas prices.

10/18/2005 12:06:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think Sly is 59 or 60 yoa now.

10/18/2005 12:18:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How do you fight and hold on to your walker at the same time ???

10/18/2005 08:58:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

8:58
how do you fight and hold on to your walker? Ask the guys in 022 or the 10 sector of 008. i'm still trying to figure out how they get in/ out of their cars without assistance.

10/18/2005 10:47:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sad thing is, Sly is in better physical shape at 60 then about 99% of our Department! Better financial shape too!ha ha

10/18/2005 12:06:00 PM  
Anonymous crimefile said...

They are casting the roles for this film right now in L.A.

When I met actor Richard Crena a few years ago in Phoenix. I asked him when there would do another Rambo movie. Crena said with a smile Sly is too old now. Of course he's never too old to play the Colonel!

I think we need to wait until we see the film. According to the actor’s breakdown I read this morning, Rocky's age is a big part of the story line. Sly can still do any project he wants to in Hollywood so I suspect that there is some kind of magic in the script.

I’ll come back and post that breakdown for you boys and girls…

10/18/2005 08:21:00 PM  
Anonymous Crimefile said...

ROCKY 6 (more roles)
Feature Film
Revolution Studios
SAG
Director: Sylvester Stallone
Executive Producers: Irwin Winkler, Bob Chartoff
Producers: Charles Winkler, David Winkler, Billy Chartoff
Co-Producers: Kevin King, Guy Riedel
Casting Director: Sheila Jaffe
Casting Associate: Susan Paley Abramson
Casting Assistant: Danielle Colli
Start Date: 12/10/2005
Location: Los Angeles
SUBMISSIONS TO: WALKEN JAFFE CASTING
PUNCHER PRODUCTIONS
3322 LA CIENGA PLACE
LOS ANGELES, CA 90016
TEL: 310 558 5250
HARD COPIES ONLY - NO DOUBLE SUBMISSIONS! LA SUBMISSIONS ONLY ! !
ONLY SUBMIT ON THESE PARTS!!!
[STEPS] 16 years-old. “Little” Marie's son, he's a sullen teen, Black (can be half
Caucasian). His father abandoned their family early on, and Steps and his mother
have struggled to make ends meet in their inner city neighborhood. He finds a new
direction in his life when Rocky Balboa takes an interest in his welfare. Steps is on
board throughout Rocky's remarkable comeback, and cheers Rocky on from his
corner...LEAD
[MARTIN] 60’s +. A stiff old African American man who walks with a cane, he's a
trainer at the inner city gym where Mason learned the ropes. He welcomes Mason, a
frequent visitor, and gives Mason some sage advice. Martin stresses the importance
of self-respect, and insists that Mason develop some soon if he truly wants to hit his
stride as a fighter -- and as a man...8 speeches & 3 lines, 2 scenes
[ANDY]] Rocky's old pal, this 72 year old man just lost a leg to diabetes and is
confined to a wheelchair. The proprietor of a run-down neighborhood tavern, Andy is
delighted when Rocky visits his establishment. He and his customers later watch
Rocky's return bout against the reigning world champion, Mason "The Line" Dixon...4
speeches & 11 lines, 3 scenes
[COMMISSIONER 1, 2, 3 AND 4] These boxing commissioners review Rocky's request
to be relicensed as a boxer. To Rocky's frustration, they are more interested in
indemnifying themselves against possible lawsuits and criticism than they are in his
sincere desire for a comeback...3 speeches & 1 line, 1 scene; 1 speech & 7 lines, 1
scene; 2 lines, 1 scene respectively
[MR. TOMISON] This affluent man in his 60s is the head CEO and the founder of
Robert's technology company. Obviously delighted to meet Robert's famous father,
Mr. Tomison confides that Robert is dating his own daughter...4 speeches & 1 line, 1
scene
20
ROCKY 6 page 2
[MASON'S POSSE 1, 2, 3 AND 4] These four African American homeboys are members of
Mason's ever-present entourage...1 line, at least 5 scenes; no lines, at least 5 scenes; no
lines, at least 5 scenes, no lines, at least 5 scenes respectively
[REPORTER 1, 2, 3, 4, 5] Astounded by the scheduled fight between Rocky and Mason, these
reporters fire questions at the two fighters during a press conference...3 speeches & 4 lines, 1
scene; 2 speeches & 1 line, 1 scene; 1 line, 1 scene; 1 line, 1 scene; 1 speech & 1 line, 1
scene respectively
[HIGH WOMAN] A boozy and trashy woman in her late 20s, she's drinking in Andy's bar with
her goonish male friends when they spot Rocky. She gives Rocky a hard time, and later makes
fun of his female companion, Marie...6 speeches & 4 lines, 3 scenes
[BETTY] Paulie's 50ish girlfriend, she's moving stuff out of Paulie's room. She awkwardly
informs Rocky that Paulie's coming to live with her now...1 speech & 4 lines, 1 scene
[LEADER] This belligerent, boozy, street-trashy guy is drinking with the High Woman in Andy's
bar. He makes the mistake of insulting Rocky's female companion, Marie...2 speeches & 1 line,
3 scenes
[SECURITY GUARD] This security guard leads Rocky and his entourage through a confusing
maze leading to the ring...1 speech & 3 lines, 2 scenes
[RAVI] This diligent, 30 year old East Indian works at the meat packing plant with Paulie. He's
being groomed to take over Paulie's job upon his retirement...1 line, 3 scenes
[OLD ITALIAN] A 75 year old Italian street vendor, he greets Rocky warmly in Italian...2 lines,
1 scene
[RECEPTIONIST] An African American receptionist in her 30s, she greets Rocky cordially when
he drops by the tech company to see his son...1 speech & 1 line, 1 scene
[PRESENTER] Late 20’s – early 30’s. This white collar executive at Robert's tech company is
doing a digital slide show presentation for the other company execs...1 line, 1 scene
[HOSTESS] Seven months pregnant, this 30 year old Latina woman works as a hostess and
waitress at Rocky's restaurant. A friendly and outgoing woman, she's about to take her
maternity leave...1 speech & 1 line, 3 scenes
[COOK] Latin. 40’s. He's a cook at Rocky's restaurant...1 line, 1 scene
[ANCHOR 1 AND 2] These irreverent anchormen have a field day discussing a theoretical
match-up between Rocky and Mason. They make nasty comments about Rocky, his career, his
intelligence, and his restaurant...2 lines, 1 scene; 3 speeches & 1 line, 1 scene respectively
[NURSE] This nurse asks Rocky to fill out some forms before undergoing his physical...1
speech, 1 scene
[DR. PACO] This pinch-faced man in his mid 50s is a boxing doctor who comments that
Rocky's relicensing is a "tragedy in the making"...1 speech, 1 scene
STORY LINE: Lonely and at loose ends, retired boxer Rocky Balboa comes out of retirement,
intending to fight a few low-profile local fights just to keep his hand in. But when he's
approached to fight a match with reigning heavyweight champ MASON "THE LINE" DIXON,
Rocky's modest little comeback becomes the center of a media firestorm...

10/18/2005 08:23:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Huh?

10/19/2005 01:14:00 AM  

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